invitation

A Quote by J. (Jiddu) Krishnamurti on belief, brotherhood, heart, invitation, reconciliation, sunlight, and there is love

Truth is truth, one, alone; it has no sides, no paths; all paths do not lead to truth. There is no path to truth, it must come to you. Truth can come to you only when your mind and heart are simple, clear, and there is love in your heart; not if your heart is filled with the things of the mind. When there is love in your heart, you do not talk about organizing for brotherhood; you do not talk about belief, you do not talk about division or the powers that create division, you need not seek reconciliation. Then you are a simple human being without a label, without a country. This means that you must strip yourself of all those things and allow truth to come into being; and it can only come when the mind is empty, when the mind ceases to create. Then it will come without your invitation. Then it will come as swiftly as the wind and unbeknown. It comes obscurely, not when you are watching, wanting. It is there as sudden as sunlight, as pure as the night; but to receive it, the heart must be full and the mind empty.

J. Krishnamurti (1895 - 1986)

Source: The Collected Works Volume V

Contributed by: JD

A Quote by Diarmuid O'Murchu on invitation and interconnectedness

The invitation is about participation, not mere observation. We are not journeying in the universe but with the universe.  We are not concerned about living in an evolving world but co-evolving with our world. We are parts of a whole, much greater than the sum of its parts, and yet within each part we are interconnected with the whole.

Diarmuid O'Murchu

Source: Quantum Theology: Spiritual Implications of the New Physics

Contributed by: Satya-Seer

A Quote by Abby's Dad on invitation, crazy, decline, insanity, and sanity

Never accept an invitation to go crazy.

Abby's Dad

Contributed by: Abby

A Quote by Mitch on business, invitation, home environment, interaction, depth, and relationships

Invite the people you want to do business with or work with into your home environment and it will improve the quality of your interaction and increase the depth of your relationships.

Mitch Thrower

Source: "The Attention Deficit Workplace" by Mitch Thrower

Contributed by: Mitch

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